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Domino 2.0 Rich Internet Applications with IBM Lotus Notes/Domino
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Happy Halloween

I took the liberty of putting in a small halloween skin for the time being.

Permalink - posted on 13/10/2007 22:12 in General - 5 responses
View navigation in Web 2.0 style

I saw this type of navigation on Flickr, and I decided to work out a function to navigate through a NotesViewCollection in LotusScript.

Permalink - posted on 12/10/2007 16:13 in Domino, LotusScript - 2 responses
The first anniversary of my blog

Well how is that? Looking back on a year of blogging.

Permalink - posted on 05/10/2007 14:20 in Domino, General - 6 responses
A Domino WysiWiki

Wikis are part of the Web 2.0 hype. I'll explain what wikis are about and share the basic LotusScript components to use to resolve WikiLinks.

Permalink - posted on 04/10/2007 20:44 in Domino, Web 2.0, LotusScript - 1 response
The future of Domino web development

What direction should we take for future Domino web development? Choose your colour: yellow, red or orange.

Permalink - posted on 03/10/2007 20:10 in Domino - 3 responses
LotusScript functions to generate valid XHTML forms

These functions will make it easy to generate valid XHTML forms.

Permalink - posted on 19/09/2007 21:45 in Domino, XHTML, LotusScript - 10 responses
Working with a master template

Systems like PHP and Microsoft dot net use HTML templates with special 'tags', placeholders which are filled in by the application. I made the same for Domino.

Permalink - posted on 18/09/2007 21:20 in Domino, LotusScript - 8 responses
Looking for a nice file upload control

The next thing I wanted to tackle: working with attached files. A research on the internet prooved that it is not that easy.

Permalink - posted on 09/09/2007 21:35 in Domino
Domino Workspace: blog post now has rich text editing

I've integrated the rich text editing component in the blog post form.

Permalink - posted on 08/09/2007 10:05 in Ajax, LotusScript
Domino Workspace: The blog calendar

I finished the calendar navigator of the Blog roomtype.

Permalink - posted on 07/09/2007 21:41 in LotusScript - 3 responses
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